- Miranda Rectenwald
- Job Title
- Curator of Local History
- Email Address
- Phone Number
- (314) 935-5444
Local History (St. Louis area)
Miranda joined the Julian Edison Department of Special Collections in 2006. She holds an MA in history and museum studies from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She has been a member of the Academy of Certified Archivists, with Certified Archivist designation, since 2007.
Selected projects, activities, and accomplishments
- Mapping LGBTQ St. Louis, 1945–1992 (co-director with Andrea Friedman)
- Information Literacy Learning Community (ILLC) 2019 Cohort, Embedded Librarian
- Rectenwald, Miranda. “’Everything May Yet Turn Out All Right:’ An Architect’s Adventures in 1939-40 Europe.”
- Confluence: A Regional Studies Journal, vol.5, no 1 (2013) (PDF)
- Rectenwald, Miranda and Hurley, Andrew. From Village to Neighborhood: A History of Old North St. Louis. (St. Louis: MHS Press, 2004)
- Identify and provide library tools, resources, and services that meet your research needs.
- Develop effective instruction and learning materials for courses and disciplines.
- Cultivate, maintain, and manage collections of greatest value to the Washington University community.